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    The great majority of Singaporeans support the new initiative to have a cooling off day before the election as this will prevent the possiblity of freak election results

    It is known that the Opposition are masters of deception and mass hypnotism during their black mass rallies and the possibilty of freak election results after such orgies is not as remote as thought.

    If there is a freak election result ie the opposition winning 10 or more seats in Parliament, Singapore will be plunged in chaos and our economy will collapsed. The cooling off day will prevent such a cataclysmic outcome.


    PM Lee proposes extra day of non-campaigning before Polling Day
    By Channel NewsAsia's Imelda Saad in Trinidad and Tobago | Posted: 01 December 2009 0503 hrs

    PORT OF SPAIN: The Singapore government is proposing an extra day of non-campaigning as a cooling-off period just before Polling Day, ahead of the General Election due in 2012.

    The extra day of non-campaigning will also apply to a presidential election.

    Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong made the announcement to the Singapore media after wrapping up his attendance at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Trinidad and Tobago.

    Under current election rules, political parties are not allowed to campaign on Polling Day itself.

    Except for party political broadcasts and news reports, there are to be no more mass rallies, door-to-door visits and even display of party symbols.

    Mr Lee said the cabinet had been considering an additional cooling-off day over the past several elections.

    He said this would give voters time to reflect rationally on issues, after the emotional high of election campaigning.

    Mr Lee said: "I think 24 hours after the last excitement of the election campaign period, the rallies, the door-to-door campaigning, the adrenaline flowing, the clash in the mass media as well as in person, perambulating vans blaring away loud speakers, it's good to have 24 hours to just calm down, think about it - tomorrow we vote."

    He added that having a cooling-off period will also lessen the risk of public disorder.

    "Previously, once in a while, we have had pushing and shoving at election rallies as the crowd gets worked up and doesn't disperse, but the main thing is to have time for people to think over the issues and to vote in a calm state of mind," he said.

    Mr Lee was asked how this additional 24-hour cooling-off period would apply to the online world of networking and video-sharing sites.

    "On the Internet, it's grey and also the policing is not so straight-forward but even then, in principle we should say today is a quiet day. I cannot control several million videos on youtube but your website, what you're putting up in your own name, I think that should end the day before the cooling-off day," he said.

    Countries that have imposed a similar period of campaign silence include Australia and Indonesia.

    Australia has a three-day black-out of election advertising and Indonesia has a three-day cooling-off before Legislative Elections and a two-day cooling-off before the Presidential election.

    In Singapore, this means that the minimum period between Nomination and Polling Day will be extended from 9 to 10 days to keep the same number of minimum campaigning days.

    This comes on the back of new election rules proposed earlier this year to bring more diverse views to Parliament.

    These include having more single-seat wards and smaller Group Representation Constituencies (GRCs), as well as allowing for more non-elected seats.

    Mr Lee had said then that the proposed changes are aimed at a more balanced system and to bring diverse views in Parliament to better reflect the aspirations of Singaporeans.

    On whether the changes mean the General Election is near?

    Mr Lee remained tight-lipped. "Maybe ... no I don't have a date for you - it could be, it could not be," he said.

    The Prime Minister did not give a date but he did say it is getting closer. One thing's for sure, the General Election is unlikely to be in the first quarter of next year. That's because the new election rule will have to be read in Parliament before the Budget in February or March next year, and the Constitution changed after the Budget. - CNA/de

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    ur master really ur help to sux the heat of him on that stressful day

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    "If there is a freak election result ie the opposition winning 10 or more seats in Parliament, Singapore will be plunged in chaos and our economy will collapsed. The cooling off day will prevent such a cataclysmic outcome. "

    What makes you think that Singapore will be plunged into Chaos and the economy will collapse? I thought we have a strong foundation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    "If there is a freak election result ie the opposition winning 10 or more seats in Parliament, Singapore will be plunged in chaos and our economy will collapsed. The cooling off day will prevent such a cataclysmic outcome. "

    What makes you think that Singapore will be plunged into Chaos and the economy will collapse? I thought we have a strong foundation?
    You moronic dumbass

    Singaporean politics will be turned in a circus like Malaysia. The Opposition will erode public confidence and destroy all the good work done by the PAP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeeKee View Post
    i think you are one freak..: )
    You retarded gay dog

    You are a disgrace to Christians, supporting traitors out to destroy our country. You will definitely burn in HELL

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    Quote Originally Posted by clinton666 View Post


    The great majority of Singaporeans support the new initiative to have a cooling off day before the election as this will prevent the possiblity of freak election results

    mmmm...

    spastic maggot you.

    freak, that you are.

    harder blow you need, to your master.

    bullshit you said, singaporeans support.

    IMH go you must.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoda. View Post
    mmmm...

    spastic maggot you.

    freak, that you are.

    harder blow you need, to your master.

    bullshit you said, singaporeans support.

    IMH go you must.
    FUCK BACK TO YOUR HOME PLANET ENDOR, YOU RETARDED WOOKIE

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    The great majority of Singaporeans support the new initiative to have a cooling off day before the election as this will prevent the possiblity of freak election results
    You this freak that goes on fours must have forgotten to take your medications again or is it half drowned in spunks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kid278 View Post
    You this freak that goes on fours must have forgotten to take your medications again or is it half drowned in spunks.
    You moronic dumbass

    The majority of Singaporeans are rational and will not attend these black massess conducted by your masters

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    Quote Originally Posted by clinton666 View Post


    Retarded rubbish snipped.
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    Default Re: Support For Cooling Off Day As It Prevent Possibility of Freak Election Results

    What freaky result is the govt afraid of? Is our oppositions credible? How many oppositions are we talking about?

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    1 day is a lot of time for ISD to do a lot of things

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    Quote Originally Posted by clinton666 View Post
    You moronic dumbass

    The majority of Singaporeans are rational and will not attend these black massess conducted by your masters
    Dont go on fours, crowd turn out speaks volumes. Tell your masters to cool off and take on challenges fairly. Cooling off day....such silly sick ideas only your dirty masters can come up with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oli9 View Post
    What freaky result is the govt afraid of? Is our oppositions credible? How many oppositions are we talking about?
    You retarded gay dog

    A freak result is when a freak like the Slipperman get more than 10% of the votes and a stroke victim gets to win an election

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    Quote Originally Posted by clinton666 View Post
    You retarded gay dog

    A freak result is when a freak like the Slipperman get more than 10% of the votes and a stroke victim gets to win an election
    Hello u albino cocksucker
    10% only? So what are you afraid of? If u cant suck albino cocks, there's always your favourite Mumbai cocks esp in Suntec area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clinton666 View Post
    The great majority of Singaporeans support the new initiative to have a cooling off day before the election as this will prevent the possiblity of freak election results

    It is known that the Opposition are masters of deception and mass hypnotism during their black mass rallies and the possibilty of freak election results after such orgies is not as remote as thought.

    If there is a freak election result ie the opposition winning 10 or more seats in Parliament, Singapore will be plunged in chaos and our economy will collapsed. The cooling off day will prevent such a cataclysmic outcome.


    PM Lee proposes extra day of non-campaigning before Polling Day
    By Channel NewsAsia's Imelda Saad in Trinidad and Tobago | Posted: 01 December 2009 0503 hrs

    PORT OF SPAIN: The Singapore government is proposing an extra day of non-campaigning as a cooling-off period just before Polling Day, ahead of the General Election due in 2012.

    The extra day of non-campaigning will also apply to a presidential election.

    Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong made the announcement to the Singapore media after wrapping up his attendance at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Trinidad and Tobago.

    Under current election rules, political parties are not allowed to campaign on Polling Day itself.

    Except for party political broadcasts and news reports, there are to be no more mass rallies, door-to-door visits and even display of party symbols.

    Mr Lee said the cabinet had been considering an additional cooling-off day over the past several elections.

    He said this would give voters time to reflect rationally on issues, after the emotional high of election campaigning.

    Mr Lee said: "I think 24 hours after the last excitement of the election campaign period, the rallies, the door-to-door campaigning, the adrenaline flowing, the clash in the mass media as well as in person, perambulating vans blaring away loud speakers, it's good to have 24 hours to just calm down, think about it - tomorrow we vote."

    He added that having a cooling-off period will also lessen the risk of public disorder.

    "Previously, once in a while, we have had pushing and shoving at election rallies as the crowd gets worked up and doesn't disperse, but the main thing is to have time for people to think over the issues and to vote in a calm state of mind," he said.

    Mr Lee was asked how this additional 24-hour cooling-off period would apply to the online world of networking and video-sharing sites.

    "On the Internet, it's grey and also the policing is not so straight-forward but even then, in principle we should say today is a quiet day. I cannot control several million videos on youtube but your website, what you're putting up in your own name, I think that should end the day before the cooling-off day," he said.

    Countries that have imposed a similar period of campaign silence include Australia and Indonesia.

    Australia has a three-day black-out of election advertising and Indonesia has a three-day cooling-off before Legislative Elections and a two-day cooling-off before the Presidential election.

    In Singapore, this means that the minimum period between Nomination and Polling Day will be extended from 9 to 10 days to keep the same number of minimum campaigning days.

    This comes on the back of new election rules proposed earlier this year to bring more diverse views to Parliament.

    These include having more single-seat wards and smaller Group Representation Constituencies (GRCs), as well as allowing for more non-elected seats.

    Mr Lee had said then that the proposed changes are aimed at a more balanced system and to bring diverse views in Parliament to better reflect the aspirations of Singaporeans.

    On whether the changes mean the General Election is near?

    Mr Lee remained tight-lipped. "Maybe ... no I don't have a date for you - it could be, it could not be," he said.

    The Prime Minister did not give a date but he did say it is getting closer. One thing's for sure, the General Election is unlikely to be in the first quarter of next year. That's because the new election rule will have to be read in Parliament before the Budget in February or March next year, and the Constitution changed after the Budget. - CNA/de
    Why dont you live up to yr name sake and do a reverse blowjob on the Old Man or cunnilingus the daughter-in-law? With their unctions, you'll probably get smarter! You dumb ass!

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    Quote Originally Posted by clinton666 View Post
    The great majority of Singaporeans support the new initiative to have a cooling off day before the election as this will prevent the possiblity of freak election results

    It is known that the Opposition are masters of deception and mass hypnotism during their black mass rallies and the possibilty of freak election results after such orgies is not as remote as thought.

    If there is a freak election result ie the opposition winning 10 or more seats in Parliament, Singapore will be plunged in chaos and our economy will collapsed. The cooling off day will prevent such a cataclysmic outcome.


    PM Lee proposes extra day of non-campaigning before Polling Day
    By Channel NewsAsia's Imelda Saad in Trinidad and Tobago | Posted: 01 December 2009 0503 hrs

    PORT OF SPAIN: The Singapore government is proposing an extra day of non-campaigning as a cooling-off period just before Polling Day, ahead of the General Election due in 2012.

    The extra day of non-campaigning will also apply to a presidential election.

    Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong made the announcement to the Singapore media after wrapping up his attendance at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Trinidad and Tobago.

    Under current election rules, political parties are not allowed to campaign on Polling Day itself.

    Except for party political broadcasts and news reports, there are to be no more mass rallies, door-to-door visits and even display of party symbols.

    Mr Lee said the cabinet had been considering an additional cooling-off day over the past several elections.

    He said this would give voters time to reflect rationally on issues, after the emotional high of election campaigning.

    Mr Lee said: "I think 24 hours after the last excitement of the election campaign period, the rallies, the door-to-door campaigning, the adrenaline flowing, the clash in the mass media as well as in person, perambulating vans blaring away loud speakers, it's good to have 24 hours to just calm down, think about it - tomorrow we vote."

    He added that having a cooling-off period will also lessen the risk of public disorder.

    "Previously, once in a while, we have had pushing and shoving at election rallies as the crowd gets worked up and doesn't disperse, but the main thing is to have time for people to think over the issues and to vote in a calm state of mind," he said.

    Mr Lee was asked how this additional 24-hour cooling-off period would apply to the online world of networking and video-sharing sites.

    "On the Internet, it's grey and also the policing is not so straight-forward but even then, in principle we should say today is a quiet day. I cannot control several million videos on youtube but your website, what you're putting up in your own name, I think that should end the day before the cooling-off day," he said.

    Countries that have imposed a similar period of campaign silence include Australia and Indonesia.

    Australia has a three-day black-out of election advertising and Indonesia has a three-day cooling-off before Legislative Elections and a two-day cooling-off before the Presidential election.

    In Singapore, this means that the minimum period between Nomination and Polling Day will be extended from 9 to 10 days to keep the same number of minimum campaigning days.

    This comes on the back of new election rules proposed earlier this year to bring more diverse views to Parliament.

    These include having more single-seat wards and smaller Group Representation Constituencies (GRCs), as well as allowing for more non-elected seats.

    Mr Lee had said then that the proposed changes are aimed at a more balanced system and to bring diverse views in Parliament to better reflect the aspirations of Singaporeans.

    On whether the changes mean the General Election is near?

    Mr Lee remained tight-lipped. "Maybe ... no I don't have a date for you - it could be, it could not be," he said.

    The Prime Minister did not give a date but he did say it is getting closer. One thing's for sure, the General Election is unlikely to be in the first quarter of next year. That's because the new election rule will have to be read in Parliament before the Budget in February or March next year, and the Constitution changed after the Budget. - CNA/de
    Thank you for your support, only Singaporean with foresight will continue to vote for our great PAP goverment!

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    have it or dont have it, does it really matter?

    If you good you are good. If got support, you think one day of cooling off will change your decision meh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekenpie View Post
    have it or dont have it, does it really matter?

    If you good you are good. If got support, you think one day of cooling off will change your decision meh?
    You retarded gay dog

    One day will be enough for the people to break off from the spell cast by the Opposition during their Black Mass Rallies.

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